Hank gets to the bottom of an exciting, and kinda weird, announcement from Russian scientists at the Vostok Research Station in Antarctica. Have they reached a 20-million-year old underground lake? Maybe! Is there a hoard of Nazi secrets down there too? No!
**EDIT** Confirmation of reaching the lake came this morning! For more check out the article from the New York Times: http://dft.ba/-vostok
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